Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Third Grade. Natural Resources

The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:

Vermont Standards

VT.6.13. Diversity and Unity: Concepts of Culture: Students understand the concept of culture, including the cultures of indigenous peoples, in various times in their local community, in Vermont, in the United States, and in various locations world wide.
H&SS3-4:12. Grade Level Expectation: Students show understanding of human interaction with the environment over time by:
3-4:12.b. Identifying and participating in ways they can contribute to preserving natural resources (e.g., creating a class or school recycling center).
3-4:12.d. Describing how patterns of human activities (for example, housing, transportation, food consumption, or employment) relate to natural resource distribution (e.g., how population concentrations in Vermont developed around fertile lowlands, French/English/Indian conflict for furs in northern Vermont.)
VT.6.7. Geography: Geographical Knowledge: Students use geographical knowledge and images of various places to understand the present, communicate historical interpretations, develop solutions for problems, and plan for the future.
H&SS3-4:12. Grade Level Expectation: Students show understanding of human interaction with the environment over time by:
3-4:12.b. Identifying and participating in ways they can contribute to preserving natural resources (e.g., creating a class or school recycling center).
3-4:12.d. Describing how patterns of human activities (for example, housing, transportation, food consumption, or employment) relate to natural resource distribution (e.g., how population concentrations in Vermont developed around fertile lowlands, French/English/Indian conflict for furs in northern Vermont.)
VT.6.8. Geography: Movements and Settlements: Students analyze the factors and implications associated with the historical and contemporary movements and settlements of people and groups in various times in their local community, in Vermont, in the United States, and in various locations world wide.
H&SS3-4:12. Grade Level Expectation: Students show understanding of human interaction with the environment over time by:
3-4:12.b. Identifying and participating in ways they can contribute to preserving natural resources (e.g., creating a class or school recycling center).
3-4:12.d. Describing how patterns of human activities (for example, housing, transportation, food consumption, or employment) relate to natural resource distribution (e.g., how population concentrations in Vermont developed around fertile lowlands, French/English/Indian conflict for furs in northern Vermont.)